Local sports talk radio (Nashvegas) had a guest on today who 'knows' Florida football. He said if Florida loses to Georgia then Muschamp is toast. Related it to a michigan coach losing 4 straight to tOSU.
Easy read, like the concept, good info. I say keep up the good work.
I am of the camp that says no way two SEC teams get in unless there are multiple (all) two loss conference champions. If the Committee takes a two loss SEC division runner-up over a one loss conference champ, regardless of conference, there will be too serious a backlash. They must know they will not be viewed as unbiased if this were to happen.
SEC chaos is a possible and welcome scenario in this as yet young season. Having taken a look at remaining schedules, it is possible all teams in the vaunted SEC end up with no fewer than 2 losses. In my perfect world, the (not too) likely possibility is they have no fewer than 3 each. SC, LSU, and Bert's boys all have multiple losses, and are capable of beating highly ranked conference foes. To see the SEC shut out of the first year playoff would be glorious.
Thank you sir, may I have another.
I firmly believe there is NO WAY there will be three SEC teams in the playoff. An unbiased committee can not possibly buy the hype that 3 of the 4 best teams in the country reside in one conference.
You are all some very bright fellows.
Squirrel, you are a very smart man.
As I mentioned in another thread, local (read SEC biased) radio is saying "Mizzou was obviously looking ahead to next week" when they lost to Indiana.
Wouldn't that be any kid in middle school?
Michael Thomas 124 yards on 5 receptions
Buckeyes 38 Cincytucky 20
Heard on local sports radio the other day that "Missouri was obviously looking ahead to next weeks game."
Wonder how they will spin losses within conference.
Let us not forget the SEC also has a different set of values regarding academic standards as well as oversigning.
41 - 6, 1 defensive td, 1 special teams td, 1 by land & 2 by air, with 2 redemptive field goals.
All of this is spot on. Have a friend (SEC fan) who said "Barret throws a better ball than Braxton, and he is a pretty good runner also".
You overlooked a couple of starting offensive linemen who also played well.
Haven't seen much of any of these teams. Can guarantee Tennessee will not fare well this year. Will be lucky to win five games.
3 - All passing
He was very good, when healthy. Personally think Colter will be a bigger loss.
Welcome aboard, Tim! Is it okay if we call you The Shoe?
One can not fix a problem until one admits there is a problem.
Just said that exact thing to a 'friend' last night.